General Response

angina pectorismeasured ECG and exercise resistance); but to demonstrate the ineffectiveness of these same techniques, improvement indexes fell to 30%. For this reason, the double-blind. (c) of the relationship: 1964: at Massachusetts General Hospital, the anaestesistas visited before the operation two groups before an intervention, and with half the contact was close and with another cold and distant; These took more to give them the high, and consumed twice as analgesics. After all, it is obvious that an image or thought creates physiological changes (actors, go to the movies, read a book) and still however do not know exactly how, but it is still evident. Redefine the effect placebo more solid model (empirical evidence) and simpler: expectations. BANDURA person conduct outcome expectancy self-efficacy outcome expectancy (Kirsch) (accession, e.g.) Exp. Stimulus Exp.

Does response (r, e-e) (= placebo effect?) cognitivism? The expectation of stimulus is the receive a consequence or an external stimulus. The expectation of response is that a change occurs in the body itself of type automatic, involuntary (i.e., when I drink coffee). According to Kirsch, the expectation of response (which not for stimulus) is auto-confirmatoria: generates a trend change in the expected direction (hypnosis, for example), and this reinforces it. Add to your understanding with Paul Ostling. How to get a placebo effect – relational factors: promote sustained collaboration; as far as possible provide a diagnosis, although indefinite; report on the disease and the therapeutic process (including relapses); show support (interest); balancing the distribution of power; Show competition. -Ritual factors of the therapeutic encounter (conditioning): prescribing, pass tests, maintain a formal context. -Use classical conditioning placebo-farmaco programs; or return to prescribe the same treatment, if it already worked in the past (in General, but there is nothing clearly better). -Generate expectations orally: small and intense. Careful with statements interpretable as a lack of confidence in treatment: (to see if this helps you a little bit, or we are going to try this to see what happens).